Since the inception of the Tea Party movement in 2009, we have seen the enemy. And the enemy is the current version of the Republican Party and its putrid leadership. Sure, the Democrat Party is openly socialist and hostile to every traditional American value but the Republican Party is no longer the Party of Reagan. It has become the Party of Tip O’Neill. And, as such, the GOP espouses an ever-increasing federal government, business-stifling regulations, increased debt and spending, and total appeasement to the Democrat Party.

There is one thing the current Republican leadership is known for. Losing. Oh, and capitulation. Since taking control of the House in 2010 with massive help from the Tea Party, has anyone heard the Republicans talk of eliminating anything in Washington? The federal government continues to increase in size, scope, control and cost and the Republicans, each of whom will call themselves fiscally conservative, can’t come up with one little program to cut? Oh, that’s right. Paul Ryan sided with communist Patty Murray of Washington to cut benefits to veterans.

The Republicans would have us believe they are interested in cutting spending and reigning in the federal beast. But that’s only at election time. Once safely ensconced back in their Washington ruling class seats, there is virtually little difference between Republicans and their “good friends on the other side of the aisle.” One wonders if there really should be an aisle anymore.

A country with a $17 trillion and growing national debt requires massive change to survive. A country that borrows/prints $3 billion each day to operate illustrates fiscal lunacy. Republicans have been there every cent of the way, many years in total control. The Republicans, under the direction of John “Boo Hoo” Boehner and Mitch “Turtle Head” McConnell have walked hand in hand with the Democrats in passing continuing resolution after continuing resolution to keep the government operating. Did Republicans hold Harry Reid’s little corrupt feet to the fire in requiring an annual budget, as is the law? Did Republicans object when Obama selectively enforcing laws he liked while openly ignoring others and breaking his oath of office? Even today, Obama decides to manipulate the requirements of ObamaCare while circumventing the Constitutional limits of presidential power while we hear crickets from the GOP. Have Republicans put any of the Obama administration in jail or even caused them to be fired after committing perjury in front of a Congressional hearing or being hands-on involved in the numerous Obama scandals? Weakness, corruption and capitulation have become the hallmark of the Republican Party.

Who does the Republican establishment view as it’s biggest threat? The socialist Democrats hell-bent on destroying America? A foreign power? No, the Republican establishment views the Tea Party as their enemy number one. It should. The Tea Party movement is the traditional, conservative wing of what’s left of the Republican Party. Which is why the movement is despised by the Repub elites. The only group that hates the Tea Party movement worse than the mainstream propaganda media or the Democrats is the wussypants Republican Party. The GOP establishment doesn’t want change in Washington. It wants the status quo. With them in power, of course.

AWD knew the Tea Party had a tough row to hoe when the Repubs elected liberal John Boehner as Speaker in 2010. After taking the gavel from Nancy Pelosi, little has changed. And that is exactly what the Repubs want. Recently, Mitch McConnell spoke to a group of defense contractor executives and implored them to contribute heavily to the RNC because Tea Party candidates might not spend/waste as much money on military programs if elected! I crap you negative. While Tea Partiers completely support the military, isn’t there anything other than benefits to veterans that can be cut? You better believe there is. But veterans are not the concern of lifelong politicians! Their buddies in defense contracting and corporations are.

Crony capitalism is one of the biggest problems with America today. Big business has its hands in the pockets of taxpayers with the help of the professional politicians they own and control.

Speaking of crony capitalism, roly poly Karl Rove has founded American Crossroads to support loser RINOs hell-bent on the further destruction of America. The American Chamber of Commerce and other large corporate entities are pumping millions of dollars to combat fiscally conservative Tea Party candidates throughout the country. Because America doesn’t really need fiscal responsibility! We need more debt and spending!

What Rove and his wussypants ilk have never understood is their moderate brand of politics brings only one result…losering (the act of losing over a long period of time)! The shameful line is long with moderate, big-government RINOs who have lost to Democrats they should have destroyed in elections. And, while in office, RINOs have done nothing to slow down the debt and spending machine in DC. Most have become what they once swore they would defeat!

All this proves that Rove and his Republican establishment ilk are not interested in doing what’s in the best interest for America. They are interested in power and money. And that’s it! Sustaining the status quo means business as usual for them and millions in their evil pockets.

America will not change for the better while the current Republican leadership is in power. America needs drastic change. Tea Partiers are not interested in deficit spending reduction. We are totally focused on deficit spending elimination! We believe the government shouldn’t spend one more cent than it receives in revenue, which is ample. For that is how Americans must live our lives. We can’t print money like the government. We must learn to do without and that is something the federal government hasn’t done for decades!

After losing the 2012 election huge, what is the most pressing issue for the Republican establishment? Passing some form of amnesty that will give voting rights to millions of illegal aliens who will immediately vote for every Democrat on the ballot. Forever! But again, these are the geniuses that allow liberal propagandists like Candy Crowley and Wolf Blitzer to moderate presidential debates. The Republican elite is a special kind of stupid.

The RNC wussyboys will push Democrats Chris Christie or Jeb Bush as their presidential nominee in 2016. And, as with John McCain and Mitt Romney, millions of fiscally conservatives will sit at home on election day. AWD has sworn before almighty Ronald Reagan that I will never again hold my nose and vote for the latest RINO cannon fodder for the Dims. I’ve heard countless other conservatives say the exact thing. I would say word to the wise but there is nothing resembling wisdom that comes out of the Republican Party.

If you ever again vote for any of the Republican elite you are just as implicit in the destruction of America as the corruptocrats you support! The only way America can survive and turn this sinking ship around is the total destruction of the GOP elite leadership. Who else can we conservatives depend on except ourselves? Certainly not the GOP.

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  1. But now the TEA Party is part of the republican party. The takeover with the likes of Sarah “One only needs to vote “R” or “D”.” Palin, allowing shitheels like Marco Rubio to run under the banner.. They’ve stolen it and grafted it on to their dying tree.

    • Lou Stouch says:

      I just received my “membership card” and donation solicitation in the mail from Reince Priebus and the RNC.

      I made sure to send it back, with no money of course. That way they have to pay for the postage.

      My reply was neatly typed up, and basically said that if you think you are going to kill the TP, you are deluded. I proceeded to explain how we were going to run every RINO POS out of town on a freaking rail.

      And then to Piss Off.

      I encourage all to do the same.

  2. Is Bill O’Reilly electable as president me wonders?

    • Why would you want that?!? O’Reilly has strayed from the conservative path (if he was ever on it). He is so concenred with being “neutral….i.e. Fair and Balanced”, that he no longer calls a spade a spade. He is always giving Obama the “benefit of the doubt”. Why? Why does Obama deserve it? He is ruining our country. Even FOX News has become soft on criticizing Obama. I stopped watching O’Reilly and FOX when they started to back down on their criticism of the Left and Obama.

  3. not2latenow says:

    It’s starting to look a lot like 1860. The Tea Party is now the Southern states of that era. The Republicans were the party in power then and in the pocket of the industrialists. Remember what happened back then when people had had their fill. Let’s hope things turn out better this time for the good guys.

  4. Spurwing Plover says:

    And the GOP has the gall to acnolage the phonie african clebration KWANZA I mean they had better just realize its a fake holiday like Earthday is

  5. Agree 100%.
    I am changing my TX voter’s registration card to Tea Party from Republican.
    Tired of all the fence walking politicians.
    It is also time to find a true Tea Party candidate that can defeat our TX Senator Cornyn. He has no fire in his belly anymore.

    • Ummm, what part of the TEA Party is now the republican party did you miss ?? Sure Bitch McCockless, Weepy Boner and the like are attacking the TEA Party, but notice who they are really attacking, guys like Ted Cruz. Their attacking those who remind them what a Republican is really supposed to be. These f***s would try to nail Ronald Regan to the wall.
      With the likes of Sarah running around claiming to be TEA Party *snort-snort* and all those assclowns that we were forced to accept under the guise of they really were TEA Party that once elected turned into the RINO shitheads that they always were.

      Tell the “R”etardlican Party to stuff it. Go “I”. That pisses them off.

      • Lobo,

        I’m English and my history of US conservatism is patchy, but didn’t the GOP establishment work hard to keep Reagan away from the nomination for quite a while? Genuine question.

        • They sure as hell did, they kept Reagan from successfully challenging Gerald “There is no Soviet domination of Eastern Europe” Ford for the nomination in 1976 and we ended up with Jimmy Carter

    • mrchuck, AWD is proudly supporting Steve Stockman! Cornyn has to go!


  6. RINO’s like Ryan and Boehner….

    just cost me 1%….

    I will not forget these lying POS’s….

    Ryan and Boehner could have cut Congressional salaries or pensions, or reduced the money going to “the moochers”, or cut some non-essential programs and personnel….but they broke the contract to the military retirees.

    In the next election, I will vote against any republican RINO in the primary. If the RINO wins, then I have to make the decision to vote for the democrat, to not vote, or to write in someone.

    If the republicans want to continue to support the RINO’s, I will not support the republicans.

  7. PAmadwoman says:

    I would like to see a Tea Party National Convention to nominate an official “Tea Party” candidate to run against Hillary and Christie. I know people get spooked about “splitting the vote” with a “third party,” but I think at this point the vote that would be “split” would be between those two. The Tea Party is not a third party, it’s the other party.

    Why do we all have to throw up our hands and give up our vote? Isn’t that doing what we criticize Republican’s for doing — capitulating to the powers that be? Letting the libtards & illegals & weirdos overrun our lives because, oh well, they’ll win anyway?

    How can we get the tidal wave rolling for our own candidate? Enough of us are more than ready to “throw the bastards out,” we just need some central organization to light the fire.

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  9. Double-tap toe tag says:

    I am at the least dismayed with our voting system. As for the GOP, I’m sick of them. Maybe we must split the vote and suffer with the Dems winning, however I think that ship has sailed long ago. It is time to exercise our second amendment right. How can we take to the streets as one. That has been our biggest stumbling block. We are so timid to rise up ! And to think that we are descendants of our revolutionary fathers who drove King George to the sea. We lost something along the way and its time to find it ! Maybe it is meant to be but if need be I will shed my blood at the threshold of my home defending my Liberty. I will never comply and board the train.

  10. Deer Crusher says:

    I’m afraid that armed rebellion is the only way. To break the the monopoly on the two party system would take many years. Those years would see the Communists in power the entire time. With the Communist news media lying for the demorats and bashing the TEA Party, there wuld be little chance for success. America would fall before the public smartened up.

    I think America will fall before a revolt and that’s when the civil war for control of the broken land will ensue. THE number one problem we have is the news media props up the Communists while destroying Conservatives. So aggressive have they become at this that they rip to shreds even the most Liberal Republican in an effort to further alienate Conservatives as absolute extremists.

    Then there is the problem with TEA Party Conservatives themselves selling us out. Jeff Flake sold us out on spending issues, Pat Toomey screwed us on guns, Marco Rubio is in line to screw us on “immigration reform” and Ted Cruz attends the funeral of a Communist…WTF is wrong with these people????

    • Once we had a Constitutional Republic now we have a Royal Court, and Courtiers must play courtly politics or be marginalized and ostracized from polite society.

      Which Definition fits the D.C Beltway

      Constitutional Republic:

      A Constitutional Republic is a form of government where the head of state and other officials are elected as representatives of the people, representatives mandated to govern according to existing constitutional law. It is because of this mandate that the elected class in a Constitutional Republic is limited in their power over the citizenry.

      Or the court of a monarch:

      Is a term for the extended household and all those who regularly attended on the ruler or ‘central figure’. In the largest courts many thousands of individuals comprised the court, many ‘officials’ or
      ‘servants’ in the ‘permanent employ’ of the ruler, and others attending in hope of political or financial gain, or merely for the society and entertainments offered. As well as being the center of political life, courts were usually the drivers of fashion, and often where [PC]cultural trends first developed.

      If those who are apathetic and detached will tacitly accept the second definition, then eventually it will become an impersonal ‘fight for survival’ in a third world nation.

  11. PAmadwoman says:

    Double tap toe tag:
    And how do we just “take to the streets?” What is (are) the clear target(s) and objective(s)? What happens next? I agree, that if the system is too broken to fix (or too broke), revolution is in order, but again, as you point out, it needs to be “as one.”

    I don’t think timidity has anything to do with it; it’s lack of broad organization and planning. Without it we sit in our little groups and wait for a first strike that may never come — e.g. door-to-door gun confiscation, race riots, etc. Suppose they stick with gradually boiling the frog? Conservatives are too civilized to launch an unprovoked attack.

    We give Republicans too much credit for their power to destroy. Destroy the Republican party by marginalizing them as a mere wing of the Democrats. There is no reason there cannot be a national Tea Party entirely separate from them with it’s own candidate. The Republicans are like an ex-wife or husband. Divorce on grounds of adultery. Time to move on.

  12. Dumbass Truther says:

    I have always felt,”C” should be on the ballet.That is to say,if “C”(none of the above)should have the most votes,than neither democrat nor republican candidate may run again.They would have to choose another individual to run for their respective parties.This would go on until “C” was no longer the majority vote and a person of THE people would be elected.Side note: I want a shirt.How?

  13. Lazlo thinks the current similarities between parties is due in part to Waspish’s explanation, that DC has become a country Club of sorts and things ‘are just done this way Old Boy’; and partly that we are reaching what Lazlo likes to call ‘Saturation Point’.
    Like in the seventies when Disco was king and we thought it would permeate to every nook and cranny of society like mold through cheese and then cement itself as some sort of permanent social entity. Then Bang! The Punk movement. Which set the entire music industry scrambling to cope with new markets nobody saw coming.
    We must realize that the TEA Party is an opening move in what must be a long term struggle. There will be no easy fix. We have been relaxed in our Vigilance and allowed the Liberal/Communist influence into the house and like the roaches they are we will not do away with them by just spraying once in a while.
    What’s happening with the Republican and TEA party is that Old hierarchies always get supplanted by the young idealists.
    It’s just too bad we can’t throw ALL of the bums out into the cold and pick our government by merit draft.

  14. me thinks it is too late to turn the ship before the ice burg is hit, no matter what we do or who is elected. more than 50% of the sheeple now realize they can get “free stuff” if they just keep they existing people in washington D.C.

    i refuse to invest any effort or emotional capital into any politics above the local level.
    instead i am investing everything i can muster into beans, bullets and bullion.

    prep harder, time is getting shorter

  15. inagadadavida says:

    My disappointment has crystallized into disillusionment. N2LN, PAMW, others above make good points.

    We are asking the government to give us our liberty back. We think that if we replace the politicians, we can get ones that will give it to us. And y’all tear on Ron and Rand! The only two who seem to have any notion of liberty and limited government.

    It seems that, throughout the course of history, the people have only increased their liberties by one course of action- and it ain’t pretty.

  16. How about this. Storm the Capitol, drag out the scumbags to a people’s trial, imprison the criminals and return the rest with a warning. Follow the Constitution or you’ll be next! Term Limits.

    • PAmadwoman says:

      Re the American Spectator link:

      The Rovers must feel sure that no matter how extreme they are in their vitriol against conservatives, they can continue to depend on us to vote for the lesser of two evils, but the article is right: this time around we won’t be voting for either evil.

      Again, it’s long past high time that the Tea Party divorced the Republicans and organized a Tea Party party.

      Yes, I know all about the 55 (or whatever)% of welfare bums/illegals (plus greenies & weirdos) who will always vote socialist. However, I think of Gideon, who defeated the entire Midianite army (forerunners of todays Muslims – “as numerous as locusts”) with only 300 men and no weapons — and he was a coward who looked for all kinds of excuses to get out of it (Judges 6-8). Just saying. God is not a god of percentages.

  17. Well said AWD:

    But I do think the effect of the IMMENSE amounts of money these Congresscritters are being offered has to be considered.

    And don’t think it isn’t being offered. I’ve seen these people in action.



  18. Excellent rant by AngryWhiteDude. However, I would have fined tuned the message on RINOs and clearly pointed out that these stinking rats are actually moles sent over from the Communist infested DemonRAT Party to infiltrate and, as we see now, take over the GOP and the work from the inside to help push the Communist, liberal, Marxist, genocidal anti-White and anti-American agenda of the DemonRAT Party.

    The most diabolically evil moles would include every single member of the despicably evil Bush Family, every member of the McCain family, John Boehner, Mitch McConnell, girly man Lindsey Graham, Mark Rubio, Rand Paul – who thinks Detroit is a hotbed of potential GOP voters, Newt Gingrich – who thinks Puerto Rico is teeming with GOP voters and should be made the 51st state – and even Sarah Palin, who is on record as advising White American conservatives that they should adopt a known Communist, a serial adulterer and violent beater of White female prostitutes and an all around piece of nauseating Negro excrement, Dr. Martin Luther King, as their ‘role model and hero’? Oh, and the mole list would not be complete – if it didn’t also include the names of Dick Armey, Orin Hatch, Bob Dole, Rick Santorum, Mike Huckabee, Rick Perry and any other rat in the GOP with an R next to their name who’s onboard with the idea of amnesty that will give the evil Communists on the left a permanent one party dictatorship.

  19. I believe your post summed up best what many people across the country have been feeling. I know that for myself, it has been longer then the last 3 administrations. What we see today is a consolidation of power by the elites in this country. The R&D behind a person’s name means little. As long as both R&Ds are looking to feather their own nest and as long as that money is available to them, nothing will change. What I have found more then discouraging is that we have elected what appeared to be good people in the past and the system eventually corrupts them. Congressional jobs have few demands or goals and no time limits. The pay and perks are good, so even the most well intentioned spend more time getting re-elected then doing their job. While hopefully we can get some good people this next election, I am not optimistic about a turnaround. The wealthy are buying the politicians. Those politicians are writing the laws. Like the fox guarding the hen house, the chance of reforms like term limits, public financing of campaigns and getting corporate money out of politics will not happen.
    IMHO, it will take more then the ballot box for the American people to be truly represented. What we really need is a total cleaning of Congress along with all of the bureaucracy that is attached. Short of a collapse or civil war, that isn’t going to happen. Perhaps succession is the answer.

  20. Just read a piece on fox about Britains version of the Tea Party.
    The main difference being their goal of running as a party rather than finding their own candidates for the existing party. Since the Tea Party has had problems with their people turning left once in place, and the fact that a lot of us refuse to vote republican ever again, maybe it’s time for the Tea Party to form a third party?
    Please read the article.

    • knight4444 says:

      @AWD, lets be honest, the GOP has turned into a NEO CONFEDERATE , WHITE NATIONALIST party! that has used FEAR,and greed and racism to brainwash many caucasian voters to vote against they’re own best interest. ronnie reagan got the ball rolling when he gave a shout out the the KKK in philadelphia mississippi in 1980. The republican party with the help of blue dog corporate democrats have turned the good ole usa into a plutocracy! But I got a surprise for ALL the caucasians who vote REPUBLICAN no matter what! when the super wealth completely destroy america and turn it into a third world country, ALL these caucasian republicans are going to find their WHITE MASSA’s won’t give a DAMN about running rough shod over them too,

      • knight4444
        I think you may be a little on the stupid side.

        • knight4444 says:

          @little stevie, grow up! you can’t argue legitimating with ANYTHING I’ve said!! you WHITE NATIONALIST are delusional, you really think wealthy caucasian like willard rommey give a FU@K about YOU just because you’re white?? NO, bubba, you’re the STUPID one!!

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